Book Review
Hope is Better than Fear
Jane Doe | In this excerpt from the newly published eBook, Hope Is Better Than Fear, Jane Doe reflects on Jack Layton's work to further feminist goals.
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Helen Forsey | In this excerpt, writer and activist Helen Forsey remembers her father, senator, constitutional expert and rabble rouser, Eugene.
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Linda McQuaig and Neil Brooks | In this excerpt from their new book Linda McQuaig and Neil Brooks propose solutions to the trouble with billionaires.
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Donald Gutstein | In this excerpt from his latest book, Donald Gutstein exposes the Fraser Institute's school programs that work "toward changing the climate of opinion in Canada."
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Sally Miller | Food, one of the basic necessities of life, has vast potential as a powerful agent for economic and cultural change. So says Sally Miller in her newly released book, Edible Action.
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Jessica Mills | Jessica Mills, a touring punk musician, silversmith, anarchist and pacifist writes on her experiences as a punk parent.
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Greg Palast | Hervé Kempf, environment editor of Le Monde, has published a searing critique of environmental devastation at the hands of the "hyper-rich."
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 The Harper Record
Steve Patten | After Tuesday's election, Canadians woke up Wednesday morning to another minority Conservative government. One of the biggest stories to emerge from this election has been the low voter turnout.